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matisse, henri, 1869-1954
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Educational Films
by Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954; Arts Council of Great Britain; Films Incorporated
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Directors, Lawrence Gowing, John Jones ; music, Erik Satie ; photographer, Nic Knowland ; editor, John Ralph
Topics: Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954, Matisse, Henri, 1869-1954, Color in art, Biographical films, Painting,...
Academic Film Archive of North America
by Alemann Films
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Johanna Alemann is believed to be the first woman filmmaker, operating as a sole proprietor, to run an academic film company in North America. Her focus was mainly on art. Her 'Nature as Impression' highlights Alemann’s painterly use of the camera to record nature scenes that she turns into cinematic impressionism. She includes an analysis of Impressionist paintings as they relate to color and shading in nature, focusing on Impressionists Manet, Monet, and Renoir, and Post-Impressionists...
Topics: painting, Impressionism, Post-Impressionism., nature, art
Educational Films
by Michael Wiese Film Productions
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Dolphin Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Pictures the Mormons as a minority group driven westward to find relief from religious persecution. Brigham Young is shown leading the wagon train to Council Bluffs, Iowa, where part of the group stays to raise a crop of grain. The hardships faced by the group which goes on to establish Salt Lake City are climaxed by a cricket invasion that attracts the now-famous sels.
Topics: Dolphins, Mammals, Wildlife attracting, Dolphins, Dolphins, Mammals, Wildlife attracting
Educational Films
by Sechan, Edmond. drt; Marc, Marie. cst; Goudard, Georges. pht; Delattre, Guy. pht; Centro di addestramento e perfezionamento per gli addetti al commercio
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Musical soundtrack with no dialogue [Director, Edmond Sechan] ; photography, Guy Delattre, Georges Goudard ; music, Francis Seyrig ; editor, A. Werlin Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Tells how a wispy old woman cultivates a potted string bean plant with a tender devotion akin to love and plants it in a row of blossoming white shrubs in the Jardin de Tuilleries.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Beans, Gardening, Short films, Devotion, Love
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Educational Films
by Canadian Wildlife Service; National Film Board of Canada
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Producer, George Pearson; director, writer, and editor, Mike McKennirey; commentary, Ken McCready; commentator, Alexander Scourby; original music, Karl du Plessis; photography, Douglas Kiefer
Topics: Wildlife conservation, Rare animals, Rare animals, Wildlife conservation
Educational Films
by International Film Bureau
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Lascaux: Cradle of Man's Art SummaryExplores the prehistoric wall paintings in the Lascaux cave of France. Explains the laboratory-experimental approach to the study of several processes during infancy, including neonatal, olfactory adaptation, four and eight month old conjugate social reinforcement, and discrimination learning in the first and second year. B & W.
Topics: Cave paintings, Cave paintings
Educational Films
by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corporation
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Explains the need for conservation of wildlife in order to preserve the ecological balance of nature. Describes the endangered status of many species today, what has been done to control impending extinction in the past, and what can be done in the future through refuges Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Wildlife conservation, Rare animals, Wildlife refuges
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Educational Films
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Abstract experimental animation using electronic images, sound and the latest video tape techniques. Filters color to achieve an exceptionally sophisticated form of pure cinema
Topics: Experimental films, Experimental films
Stock Footage
by Matthew Paul Argall
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You can call it static, noise, or snow, and here is appears in these two boring stock footage videos. I keep this old TV set for playing old video games. As you can tell I have a crappy digitial video camera.
Topics: Stock Footage, Television, Static, Signal Noise